Completed two years of a Bachelor's of Science related discipline from a recognized university, or one year of education, with previous field work experience.
Completion of two years of a related diploma program will also be considered.
The successful candidate will be involved in a broad range of responsibilities, participating in wildlife related field work, reclamation related field work, emergency spill response, data entry, analysis and management with some report preparation.
Preference will be given to individuals with oil and gas industry experience and related safety training and skill sets;
- Valid driver’s license
- ATV, UTV and/or Argo training or experience
- First Aid, H2s, WHIMS and other Safety training
- Wildlife and breeding bird (sight and sound) identification skills
- Fisheries and stream classification skills
- Excellent GPS and navigational skills
- Willingness to work in the field in remote locations for extended periods
- Ability to work independently with minimal supervision
- Ability to work in a team environment and under deadlines
- Well-developed computer skills such as Excel, Microsoft Word, GIS
- Excellent communication, organization and writing skills
- Enthusiasm and willingness to learn
- Attention to detail
All positions are based out of either Fort St. John or our work locations in Alberta, applicants are expected to be based locally for this work. Employee versus subcontractor designation will be at Eco-Web’s discretion and subject to negotiation. Compensation is dependent on experience but will be more than competitive.
Please send resumes to Landon Wilson at firstname.lastname@example.org or via fax at 250-787-1175 or to our office at 8211 93rd Street, Fort St. John, BC V1J 6X1. Resumes will be received until April 15, 2017, with positions planned to be filled (based upon applicant response) by May 1, 2017.